Understand The Power of Your Inner Conversations


“The conversations you have with yourself should be rich and positive enough to transcend and dispel the ever brewing negativity in your external world”  ~ Dr. Jacent Mpalyenkana-Murray, PhD. MBA.

Conversations are either silent or spoken out loud, but regardless of their nature they manifest their like.

What conversations do you have with yourself about you, other people, life and the world in general? Do you pay attention to what is going on in your mind? How are these conversations created?

“As within so without”

I have had to hear this quote thousands of times before I could take it on as true. I used to look at the outer world for answers. At one time, I blamed everyone and everything for my negative experiences, and left myself out as a cause to my suffering.

Consequently, I never took responsibility for my experiences. I literally surrendered my power to blame. The more I blamed, the more I blamed. And nothing good came out of blaming other people or things. I had to stop and examine how I could snap myself out of that insanity. And I discovered that the conversations we have with ourselves determine how we feel. The more positively we speak to ourselves, the better we feel. When we fill our inner conversations with a wealth of good and rich information, we are able to transcend and dispel external negatives. But how do we get to that point? How do we shift from self-destructive behavior to more blissful experiences?

We begin by cleansing the negativity in our subconscious minds and instilling new positive prompters upon which we relate, think, act, behave and experience a more blissful life.

In my book, Command: 21 Days of Counseling and Affirmative Prayer, Using the Mirror Method to Cleanse Your Subconscious Mind and Command Your Life Back to Divine Order, you will get to heal your life—-as simple as that.

Get the book today and start taking your power back from all negative pursuits, and then start living life on your terms.

Love and light

http://www.tapthegood.com

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